Containerville, a Max Barney Estate development, provides affordable self-contained office spaces for start-ups and small businesses in East London. A neighborhood formerly recognized as London’s manufacturing and industrial hub has been transformed over the years into a cultural arts and innovation center. A recent marketing campaign for the real-estate development utilized a hoarding design which adopts a trend-forward approach and speaks to the local community’s artistic fluency. The design was managed by Art Director and Partner at OneAnother, Paul Hamilton. Paul had previous experience branding former campaigns for The Estate Office Shoreditch and was contacted once again for the new development – Containerville, managed by a former Estate Office Shoreditch member and now entrepreneur of the Max Barney Estate. Paul commissioned Chris Bianchi and Stephanie Von Reiswitz from LeGun who also had experience in previous campaigns, to produce a palette of nearly 100 individual illustrations which would then be colored and combined to create a variety of marketing materials.
James and Karla Murray -- a married team of architectural and interior photographers based in New York City -- have been on a mission for two-plus decades to document and preserve images of "mom-and-pop" storefronts scattered throughout the city's boroughs that not only have fulfilled residents' retail needs but created a sense of community through their daily interactions.
At the Morley Nelson Community Center in West Boise, public artist Marcus Pierce completed a three-paneled mural named “Vision of Species.” The pieces were created using acrylic and automotive polyurethane on a Dibond aluminum composite backing. (more…)
Monica Bonvicini is a Berlin-based artist who has rocked the visual arts community for decades. Her substrates, like her context, have no boundaries. Her pieces, “…investigate the relationship between architecture, power, gender, space, surveillance and control—is translated into works that question the meaning of making art, the ambiguity of language, and the limits and possibilities attached to the ideal of freedom,” she describes. (more…)
The Bagg’s Square mural is a 76-foot historical timeline of Utica’s past. In Utica, New York, a $250,000 grant was awarded from National Grid to the Bagg’s Square Association, which enabled the association to develop a large Dibond paneled mural, designed by Michelle Truett. The installation features 110 historical elements including people, places and events that made the city what is today. (more…)
For many of us, there just aren’t enough ways to thank and honor our mothers for their loving care and support. Students at The University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., have been honoring moms even before the first official Mother’s Day was celebrated more than a century ago - following Notre Dame alum Frank Herring’s advocacy for the holiday. (more…)
Bright neon colored fish made from Dibond aluminum composite material makes up a 22 by 186 foot art installation in Torrington, Connecticut. The artist responsible for the colorful exhibit, Danielle Mailer, conceptualized the vision when it was determined that the wall at the town’s Staples center was an eyesore. A major part of the vision included inviting members of the nearby communities to participate in the project. The giant mural was created by aspiring artists as young as nine years old. (more…)
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